Penny did her pin cushion workshops, and I did applique. We then had our Trunk Show, starting from easy one block quilts to more advanced applique quilts - about 25 quilts in total. We leave them around for the day so that people can have a closer look and feel.
The ladies made us a great lunch! Boy these country girls know how to cook! And they gave us a bag of onions to take home.......
The workshops were held in a communtiy hall that doubles as a museum. If you are ever travelling that way, pleaser stop in and say hello, and make a donation to the museum. It is well worth the time.
We left about 3.45. I was home by 6.30 and I guess Penny was home at 7 pm. It was a long day. I was worn out.
this is Penny with our "shop"
Workshop in progress
These are the lovely ladies of Pinnaroo
this is a SMALL part of the lunch they gave us!